Hi, I would like to disable suspend timer when the computer boots up. The problem is that when I boot Manjaro and do not login, after a while it suspends itself. Even though someone is logged in via SSH.
Is there a way to disable the suspend timer completely?
- Turn the pc on.
- Let the display manager be there, I don’t want to login.
- I might or might not SSH into this machine.
- Prevent the machine from suspending.
How can I achieve this? I do use Manjaro Gnome (Testing) if it helps.
I found an old thread from 2020 but there doesn’t seem to be a solution.
archived. forum. manjaro. org/t/turn-off-acpi-suspend-timer-when-no-user-is-logged-in/127465/4
I don’t thnk this is possible.
You will have to disable hibernation/suspend entirely as there is no functional difference between being logged in or not.
But here’s a thought
If you create a systemd user service which enables upon login of your specific username - you then leave the computer - it suspends - you forget - you leave for work - you need your ssh service - no answer.
To me it seems like an unwanted side effect.
Better to disable hibernation/suspend completely.